PolyMtl receives $3.5M for Valorisation Carbone Québec project

March 12, 2021
Polytechnique Montréal has received $3.5M for the Valorisation Carbone Québec’s second phase, which will look at captured gas valorization processes. The second phase of the project, which involves the collaboration of Université Laval and sector organizations, will build upon the research on CO2 exiting industrial chimneys done in the project’s first phase. “The VCQ project will enable us to continue developing technology to capture industrial CO2 and use it to upgrade green products,” said PolyMtl President Philippe A Tanguy. “All kinds of brilliant talent and skillful expertise are mobilized to offer concrete, responsible solutions to the climate challenges that affect us all – this is the very core of our engineering university.” PolyMtl (QC)